Reconnect with nature in Reykjavík

Iceland's capital, home to two-thirds of its entire population, is most famous for its unending array of outdoor pursuits, making it the ideal location for nature enthusiasts and sporting adventurers alike. But the island's largest city, made up of 6 municipalities, also has a lot to offer the more homely among us. If hiking through diverse landscapes from seashore to mountains isn't your thing, then you could visit the local artistic communities, such as Álafosskvos, famous for handmade crafts. If you don't fancy horseback riding across wild terrain, why not take a puffin tour or go whale watching from the harbour. And after exploring the city centre by bike or on foot, taking in its street art and sculptures, many museums and galleries, interesting architecture and the stunning views from Hallgrímskirkja Church, you'll definitely want to soak up the healing warmth of one of Reykjavík's thermal pools.



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